Web Exclusive: Indiana and Michigan AP test results below national average

The College Board released their Advanced Placement (AP) test data for the Class of 2018 on Wednesday.

Data shows that 23.5% of public high school graduates in the United States belonging to the Class of 2018 scored a 3 or higher on an AP exam during high school.

Take a look at the graphic to see how the Class of 2018 in Indiana and Michigan scored.

While fewer students in these two states scored a three or higher during their high school years than the national average, over 10 years, those numbers have improved.

The data shows that both states are performing better on the exams at a faster pace than the national average, which is 8.2 points over 10 years.

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